5MP!! Camera Phone: Samsung SCH-S250 Announced

Posted: Oct 21 2004, 12:50am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:04pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
5MP!! Camera Phone: Samsung SCH-S250 announced
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Samsung introduces a 5 mega-pixel digital camera mobile phone. With 5MP a camera phone is basically now a state-of-the-art digital camera, that also can be used to make a call.

Besides having a 5MP digital camera function the Samsung SCH-S250 also features a industry's first 16Mio. QVGA color display. The camera module was developed by Pentax. The shutter speed of the camera is 1/1000sec. A TV-out is provided on the new samsung phone to view photos. The SCH-S250 has 92MB internal memory. The phone has also a MP3 player function.
The Samsung SCH-S250 5MP Camera phone will be available on the Korean market. Now word yet if it will sell outside of Korea anytime soon.
more details in Samsung press-release (Korean). See a hi-res photo.



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